His sponsors will also provide him with granola bars and vegetable supplements.
"No one will follow me."
He picked this journey because he wants to be different from other adventurers such as Jesper Olsen, who has also run around the world. The difference: he has worn his running shoes and a support team escorted him along his treks.
Unlike Olsen, "no one will follow me," Kai-Tsu said.
His route has been based on the seasons so he doesn't run during winter.
He knows where he will be every day, so in December he plans to be in Central America, but he refrains from giving more dates and places because he doesn't know what could happen along the way.
He is aware of the risks, from robberies to encounters with wild animals.
He is only carrying a first aid kit and an emergency button to be rescued by helicopter if needed, and although Kai-Tsu tries not to think about it, he says that if something does happen to him, he will go back to Canada to be treated and then he'll resume his journey.
"I will not give up easily," he insisted.
You can follow Kai-Tsu's journey on his website: http://www.runningtotheendoftheworld.com/